A WELSH language production will be coming to Cardigan next week.

Mwldan will be hosting Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru’s Rhinoseros. The masterpiece by Eugene Ionesco has been adapted for Welsh audiences by Manon Steffan Ros and performed by Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru.

The story follows a rhinoceros thundering through the streets of a quiet village leaving everyone baffled and wondering where did the terrifying animal come from.

One by one, the village’s residents succumb to the new order and transform into beasts. One man – Bérenger – clutches on to his identity and refuses to give in despite the change all around him, but at what cost?

There are some trigger warnings associated with the performance which include strong language, alcoholism, extremism, hatred, depression, death of an animal and reference to suicide. Some are themes running throughout the play whilst others are just alluded to occasionally.

The production also includes bangs, haze and flashing lights and is suitable for those aged 12 and above. Anyone who wishes to discuss any of the themes or have questions about the play prior to making a decision on attending can contact Ceri Williams on ceri.williams@theatr.com.

The performance will have SIBRWD which provides an in-ear English translation and text on screen to run with what is being said on stage.

Rhinoseros will be at Mwldan in Cardigan on Tuesday, November 14 at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £16 or £12 for concessions and are available at www.mwldan.co.uk or by calling 01239 621200 between 12pm and 8pm, Tuesday to Sunday.